73.1% of Politicians are Scum
The vast majority of elected officials are dishonest, corrupt, unprincipled, self-indulgent abusers of the public’s trust. They are out of touch and out of control, with a singular focus on maintaining their careers in politics.
In Dictionary.com Unabridged, politicians are defined as those more concerned about winning favor or retaining power than about maintaining principles.
Politicians (i.e. scum) distract us with their frivolous game of “Democrats versus Republicans,” but the reality is their only goal is to obtain power and get control of your money.
Using your money, politicians (i.e. scum) have done the following:
- Compiled debt and obligations in excess of $63,800,000,000,000, which represents $546,668 per household.
- Lied to you about what they (i.e. scum) will do with your money.
- Created an industry in which your money is taken, in the form of taxes, and redistributed to whatever institutions have given them (i.e. scum) the most donations or whomever will provide them (i.e. scum) the most votes.
- Attempted to create an environment in which you no longer control your own destiny. Instead, you are dependent on them (i.e. scum) for handouts, rebates, and bailouts.
Stop treating politicians (i.e. scum) as if they have your best interests at heart. They (i.e. scum) do not. Remember, the scum-sucking maggots are employed by you.
You should demand better.
- Federal Debt and the Commitments of Federal Trust Funds (Congressional Budget Office)
"In the future, when receipts for such programs as Social Security fall below their expenditures, the legal authority to pay benefits will exist as long as their trust funds have balances, but the government will have to generate cash to pay benefits either by running a surplus in the rest of the budget—which would probably require cutting other spending or raising taxes—or by borrowing from the public."
- Leap in U.S. debt hits taxpayers with 12% more red ink (USA Today)
"The latest increase raises federal obligations to a record $546,668 per household in 2008, according to the USA TODAY analysis. That's quadruple what the average U.S. household owes for all mortgages, car loans, credit cards and other debt combined."
- Someday, all this will be yours. (Investor's Business Daily)